Business Perspectives on Social Media and Integrating SoLoMoCo

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Business Perspectives on Social Media and Integrating SoLoMoCo
William Jackson, M.Ed

Community Brings People Together

A dynamic and engaged opportunity to understand Branding and finding your Niche as a content developer; the foundation of understanding the value of digital content in relation to sharing your voice and developing influential and transformative


Applying the So-Lo-Mo-Co Concepts So-social Lo-local Mo-mobile Co-community uses of Social Media platforms and tools to share content and collaborate on dynamic and engaged projects with like minded innovators in various areas of technology is a must during these pandemic years and

even afterwards.

The pandemic has shown that partnering, collaborating, cooperating and mentoring are more effective than just competing. Competition is just a small piece of the capitalistic puzzle, but what of building relationships and reaching for a broader and more diverse

audience is key for business survival.

Business owners should be engaged with their communities using digital platforms that are not just used for profits, but to apply digital tools to build relationships and influence the thinking of building of communities. Engagement is key to change the perspectives and perceptions of the community. To empower the community to see what changes need to be made and providing the resources to create necessary social, economic, political and educational improvements so

everyone can benefit.

Integrated into the SoLoMoCo initiative is wireless communication and scalable infrastructures to support growth in community size and the use of diverse digital tools. Important to build connections that open collaborations and create connections for social, educational

and economic activism.

Building a Brand and creating a Niche for business minded youth, teens and young adults. Communities are only as stable and strong as the generations coming up. The community only grows with the talents, skills, abilities and dreams of youth, teens and young adults that live in the neighborhoods in that community. The community needs to see they are part of the bigger picture of community development, community vitalization, community investment, community

re-investment and community respect.

The pandemic has shown a need for more community workshops that are important because they will show that people have a vision for their communities. The investment and re-investments are there for all to use and apply, not just a select few that have the ears of political leaders and only see

what they want and not the need of the community.

Malcolm X stated, “We are not fighting for integration, nor are we fighting for separation. We are fighting for recognition as human beings… In fact, we are actually fighting for rights that are even greater than civil rights and that is human rights.”

Malcolm X (Black Revolution)

The rights to influence the community on a path of growth, prosperity, productivity, inclusion in the economic and political processes of the city, state and federal government. People need to learn to be influencers so they can increase the opportunties in their communities and bring about a mental change of elevation and stability in growth economically,

educationally and even environmentally.

The tech careers of content creation of the 21st and 22nd century are here, kids need exposure and opportunities that grow them into what their dreams are, what their wishes are and how they can contribute to society in good ways, to allow youth, teens and young adults to create and have businesses so they can get into “good trouble” building

digital platforms, tools and Apps that empower, encourage and inspire.

If children only see one side of the story in using technology they will only stay on that one side. If children only see one side they will stay there and not know they have more in them to contribute

to build and grow.

Applying So – Social awareness to change in the community using digital technologies can reach people and make those connections into collaborations of change. Lo – Local engagement is important because of the influences of sponsoring, promoting and gaining the attention of the community. Mo – Mobile technologies that are growing and adapting for people of color and culture. To continue to build digital infrastructures that encourage young minds to enter into STEAM careers and grow beyond their current situations. Co – Communities need to see people that are successful, growing, educated, employed and engaged in learning and economic growth. The vision is important to inspire the

mind body and soul.

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William is the digital innovator for his brand My Quest To Teach using the hashtag #MyQuestToTeach sharing his journey teaching,  mentoring,

community activism and community collaborations.

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